What is the correct spelling for SEAK?
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Correct spellings for SEAK
- beak The beak was partly broken and the bird completely stunned: she died in a few minutes.
- leak "No, my darling,-not a word, Garry had no business to tell me what he did; and it might leak out and get him into trouble:-No, don't say a word.
- peak "Why, I just feel as if you and my daddy and I were all hanging by the neck on the highest peak of the Rockies.
- sea I have gone out to sea and seen how the fishing was carried on.
- seal I, Ibi, have made proper record of it and shall now seal all away in a great stone jar, for a strange and unheard-of thing happens even as I write these words.
- seam The clear, thin sunlight pricked out colours until it made the woods a riot of them, greens dark and light, the grey of sage, the white of a granite seam, the black of a lava rock, and in the creek spray a brilliant vari-coloured rainbow sheen.
- sear Sear quickly on each side in a very hot frying pan; peel and chop onions, dredge with flour, and put in pan with the steak; add salt and pepper; cover closely, and cook slowly an hour and a half.
- seat And the man climbed into the seat, and drove off.
- seek She says if I am her friend, I will not seek to know where she is."
- sneak "Of course, Thomas stared when he saw who it was, and was going to sneak off without announcing us, and Fossett, who just crossed us in the passage, was perfectly comic.
- soak Why couldn't that soak he got have been on the Kaiser's head?
- speak Only you won't speak to her at all, will you?"
- steak He bent over the steak and, after a meaning look at Virginia, the Widow discreetly withdrew.
- teak For all the darkness and the rushing water it is close, and I go up and struggle desperately with the teak door, biding my time until the waters surge back to the rail.
- weak "I don't feel very well," he said in a weak voice.
- Sean Scott Bailey (ice hockey) (born 1972), ice hockey player Scott Bailey (actor) (born 1978), American actor Sean Bailey (born 19? From the second that I saw you I was gone I can be your Bad Boy like Sean – Break Of Dawn by V Double O
- seas Till now repell'd by seas of British blood." How motionless!---not frozen seas More motionless! and then What joy awaits you, when the breeze Hath found you out among the trees, – To A Butterfly (second poem) by William Wordsworth